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pa·per

(pā'pĕr),
1. Substance manufactured in thin sheets from wood, rags, or other materials.
2. A square of paper folded over so as to form an envelope containing a dose of any medicinal powder.
3. A piece of blotting paper or filter paper impregnated with a medicinal solution, dried, and burned; formerly, the fumes were inhaled treat asthma and other respiratory afflictions.
[L. papyrus; G. papyros, a kind of rush, from which writing paper was made]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

pa·per

(pā'pĕr)
1. A square of paper folded over so as to form an envelope containing a dose of any medicinal powder.
2. A piece of blotting paper or filter paper impregnated with a medicinal solution, dried, and burned; formerly, the fumes were inhaled treat asthma and other respiratory afflictions.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

pa·per

(pā'pĕr)
A square of paper folded over so as to form an envelope containing a dose of any medicinal powder.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012

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The 128 million hour difference represented an overall reduction of 1.6 percent in the federal paperwork burden.
Some of it may be important but many people find themselves drowning in a sea of unecessary paperwork.
Encourage employees to ask, "Why do we need this report (or form)?" Too often old paperwork no longer serves a purpose.
Although we support efforts to decrease paperwork, we regret that the authority granted in the proposal may be misapplied to require taxpayers to file for extensions electronically.
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